Couplers, Jacks, & Locks

Overland Trailer offers utility trailer couplers, jacks, and locks from the most trusted brands in the industry.

Whether you're upgrading your trailer for better performance or replacing broken parts, trust Overland Trailer to get you and your trailer up and running again.

 

If you need help finding the trailer parts you need, call us at 314-739-5775 and one of our experts can steer you in the right direction.

Couplers, Jacks, and Locks Available In Store​

  • Tongue & A-Frame

  • Gooseneck Couplers

  • Drop Leg Jacks & Landing Gear

  • Draw Bars & Nose Plants

  • Hydraulic Jacks & Electric Gearbox

  • Swivel Jacks

  • Coupler & Jack Repair Parts

  • A-Frame & Rear Jacks

  • Winches - Mechanical & Electric

Common Couplers and Jacks Questions

What types of couplers does Overland Trailers sell?

We sell bumper pull couplers and gooseneck couplers. Bumper pull couplers clamp onto the hitch ball, while gooseneck couplers have a pipe or tube with a ball coupling which clamps onto a hitch ball mounted to the bed of a truck.

Do you sell different types of bumper pull couplers?

We sell multiple types of bumper pull couplers: straight tongue, A-frame, adjustable tongue, and flat mount.

  • Straight tongue couplers are common with smaller trailers that have a straight tube/channel on the front.

  • A-frame couplers are used with trailers that have a triangle "A" frame trailer tongue.

  • Adjustable tongue couples are used with a channel that is welded to the trailer tongue. They can be raised and lowered on the mount depending on the height you need for level towing.

  • A flat mount coupler mounts to a flat metal plate wleded to the trailer frame. 

What capacity coupler does my trailer need?

Find the gross trailer weight rating (GTWR) and make sure the capacity rating exceeds the GTWR of the trailer. 

Do you sell different types of trailer jacks?

We sell multiple types of trailer jacks:

  • A-frame jacks are smaller and mount into the body of an A-frame coupler.

  • Side mount jacks have a pivoting design that allows the jack to be moved into different positions for towing and storing.

  • Pipe-mount jacks have a tube that is welded to the trailer frame.

  • Swivel jacks can swivel up and be stored next to the trailer frame. These are available in clamp-on and weld-on style. 

  • Drop leg jacks are typically welded on the front of the trailer. These jacks provide quick leveling and increased lift distance.

  • Stabilizing jacks bolt onto the trailer frame and can fold up for storage and pulled down when in use.

  • A scissor jack is a type of stabilizing jack. They are either bolted on or welded on to the frame at the corners of the trailer. Scissor jacks are commonly used in pairs to stabilize and level larger trailers and campers.

How do I know which trailer jack to purchase?

You'll need to make note of a number of things before buying a jack to ensure you get the correct one. Check the location of the mount and look for any clearance issues so the jack handle won't hit the frame. Make sure you know the fully retracted dimension of the jack so there's enough ground clearance. You need to also know how much distance the jack requires to ensure the trailer tongue can be raised above the towing vehicle's hitch ball. If you need help figuring out which trailer jack you need, feel free to give us a call.

What weight capacity jack do I need for my trailer?

You'll need to make note of a number of things before buying a jack to ensure you get the correct one. Check the location of the mount and look for any clearance issues so the jack handle won't hit the frame. Make sure you know the fully retracted dimension of the jack so there's enough ground clearance. You need to also know how much distance the jack requires to ensure the trailer tongue can be raised above the towing vehicle's hitch ball. If you need help figuring out which trailer jack you need, feel free to give us a call.

Should I buy a bottom support plate?

If you're using an A-frame jack, you should use a bottom support plate to provide additional structure.